Equality and Diversity

Findings of parent consultation

All parents in the school received a letter explaining the process of choosing the objective for equality and diversity for the school to work towards over the next three years. Parents were asked which objective they thought should be a priority, we received 62 responses back.

Objective 1- Narrow the gaps in attainment between boys and girls

Objective 2- To ensure derogatory language is not used or accepted within our school community

Objective 3- Improve better understanding and appreciation of diversity and difference in relation to different faith groups and children with disabilities

 

From the data collected we have now ranked the results in order of priority.

1st priority- To ensure derogatory language is not used or accepted within our school community.

2nd priority- Improve better understanding and appreciation of diversity and difference in relation to different faith groups and children with disabilities.

3rd priority- Narrow the gaps in attainment between boys and girls.

Equality and Diversity Week 6th February 2017- 10th February 2017 

We had our first equality and diversity week in school! On Monday we had the charity ‘Daisy’ visit our school. We learnt about how even if you have a disability you can still achieve the same aspirations as able bodied people, it just needs to be adapted. We got to play blind football and experienced wheelchair relay. We have also had Liverpool Hope Teaching Students deliver activities in the afternoons focusing on Paralympics, gender equality and inspirational women. 


Equality Statement Nov 2016

2016.C24C-Young-carers-policy-draft-one (1)

Equality Policy – this policy is draft and is pending further consultation

Accessibility Plan 2017